القبض على صلاح عبد السلام المشتبه به في هجمات باريس بعد اصابته بالصور

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2019.06.25 14:15

أُلقِي القبض على صلاح عبد السلام، المشتبه به في هجمات باريس في مداهمة للشرطة في بروكسل، بحسب شرطة بلجيكا.وذلك بعد اصابته

وقُبض على عبد السلام الذي كان في حالة فرار منذ هجمات باريس في 13 نوفمبر/تشرين الثاني بعد إصابته في قدمه في المداهمة المثيرة التي قامت بها شرطة مكافحة الإرهاب في منطقة مولينبيك.

وقال محققون في بروكسل إن رجلا يدعى، منير أحمد الحاج، كان مطلوبا للشرطة قد قبض عليه أيضا.

وأشارت الشرطة إلى أن الحاج رافق عبد السلام إلى ألمانيا في شهر أكتوبر/تشرين الأول الماضي.

وقُبِضَ على ثلاثة أشخاص آخرين من عائلة اتهمت بإيواء عبد السلام.

وأظهر تسجيل فيديو عبد السلام وهو يُلقى به في عربة شرطة بعد وابل من إطلاق النار.

وقال وزير الدولة لشؤون اللجوء والهجرة، ثيو فرانكين، "لقد قبضنا عليه".

وقال الرئيس الفرنسي، فرانسوا هولاند، إنه يتوقع أن يُرحل عبد السلام إلى فرنسا "في أقرب وقت ممكن".

وأضاف أن هذه "لحظة مهمة...ولكنها ليست نهاية المطاف. يجب أن نقبض على كل من سمح بهذه الهجمات أو نظمها أو سهل تنفيذها. ندرك الآن أنهم أكثر عددا مما اعتقدنا في البداية".

وقال رئيس الوزراء البلجيكي تشارلز ميشيل إن هذه المداهمة جاءت نتيجة عمل استخباري "مكثف".

وأضاف رئيس الوزراء البلجيكي قائلا إن عملية اليوم "نتيجة بالغة الأهمية في المعركة من أجل الديمقراطية".

وعبد السلام هو أكثر شخص مطلوب في هجمات باريس التي خلفت مقتل 130 شخصا.

واستمرت المداهمة على ما يبدو إلى وقت متأخر المساء في ظل سماع ثلاث انفجارات مؤخرا في موقع العملية الأمنية.

واضطر رئيس الوزراء البلجيكي إلى مغادرة القمة الاوروبية التركية في بروكسل على عجل لمتابعة تطورات العملية الأمنية.

وكانت الشرطة قد عثرت على بصمات عبد السلام في الشقة التي داهمتها في وقت سابق من هذا الاسبوع، وقُتِلَ خلالها الجزائري محمد بلقايد.

 
شنت الشرطة الفرنسية والشرطة البلجيكية حملة مكثفة بحثا عن عبد السلام.

وقال محققون في بلجيكا في وقت سابق الجمعة لبي بي سي إنهم لم يعرفوا متى كان عبد السلام في الشقة لأنه لم يمكن تحديد تاريخ البصمات.

وقد قتل بلقايد برصاص قناص، وهو يحاول إطلاق النار على الشرطة من نافذة الشقة، في منطقة فورست، بضواحي بروكسل.

وبلقايد له علاقة بهجمات باريس، وقد أردي قتيلا الثلاثاء خلال مداهمة في الضاحية الجنوبية فوريست من بروكسل.

وقال مسؤولون إنهم يعتقدون أن مشتبها بهما اثنين قد تمكنا من الهرب.

وعثرت الشرطة على آثار المتفجرات، وثلاث أحزمة متفجرة وبصمات المشتبه به.

وولد عبد السلام (26 عاما) في بروكسل، وكان يعيش في منطقة مولينبيك قبل هجمات باريس.

ويعتقد أن عبد السلام عاد إلى بروكسل مباشرة بعد هجمات باريس التي فجر خلالها أخوه إبراهيم نفسه.

وشنت الشرطة الفرنسية والشرطة البلجيكية حملة مكثفة بحثا عن عبد السلام.

وأغلقت أجزاء من بروكسل بعد هجمات باريس في خضم مخاوف من شن هجمات جديدة.

وكان عدد من المهاجمين المشتبه بهم يعيشون في بروكسل. وشنت الشرطة البلجيكية سلسلة مداهمات في بروكسل بحثا عن المشتبه بهم في هجمات باريس.

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الادعاء العام البلجيكي يعتقل ثلاثة أشخاص من عائلة واحدة كانوا يوفرون المأوى لصلاح عبد السلام.. واشنطن: ساعدنا فرنسا وبلجيكا في تحقيقاتهم بشأن هجمات باريس
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أعلن الادعاء العام البلجيكي اعتقال ثلاثة أشخاص من عائلة واحدة اليوم الجمعة كانوا يقومون بإيواء صلاح عبد السلام بالإضافة إلى اعتقال شريك له، حسبما ذكرت قناة “يورو نيوز″ الإخبارية عبر حسابها على موقع “تويتر” للتواصل الاجتماعى .
ويذكر أن السلطات البلجيكية ألقت القبض اليوم الجمعة على صلاح عبد السلام المشتبه به في هجمات باريس الإرهابية.

ومن جهته أعلن البيت الأبيض، أن “الولايات المتحدة، شاركت بمعلوماتها، وخبراتها، في التحقيقات المتعلقة بهجمات باريس الإرهابية (وقعت تشرين ثان/نوفمبر الماضي)، التي أجرتها فرنسا وبلجيكا”، وأدّت الجمعة، إلى إلقاء القبض على “صلاح عبدالسلام”، أحد المتورطين في الهجمات، في بروكسل.

وقال المتحدث باسم البيت الأبيض “جوش إيرنست”، في الموجز الصحفي اليومي، الجمعة، “لدى الولايات المتحدة، قدرات فريدة نستطيع استخدامها، ولقد شاركنا معهم (الفرنسيين والبلجيكيين) الكثير من المعلومات والخبرات، وأعلم أنهم قد وجدوا هذا أمراً مفيداً لهم، خلال التحقيقات”.

ولم يفصح المسؤول الأمريكي، عما إذا كانت مساعدة واشنطن لبروكسل وباريس، قد أدت إلى القاء القبض على “عبدالسلام” بشكل مباشر أم لا.

وعلى صعيد متصل هاتف الرئيس الأمريكي “باراك أوباما” كلًا من نظيره الفرنسي “فرنسوا أولاند”، ورئيس الوزراء البلجيكي “شارل ميشال”، لتهنئتهما على عملية القبض على المتهم “عبد السلام”.

وذكر بيان صادر عن البيت الأبيض، الجمعة، أن “الرئيس (أوباما) أثنى على عمل الأجهزة الأمنية البلجيكية”، مؤكدًا وقوف بلاده “إلى جانب كل من بلجيكا وفرنسا، في صراعنا المشترك ضد آفة الإرهاب، وتعهد مرة أخرى بدعم الولايات المتحدة الكامل في هذه الجهود، وأكد الالتزام المشترك بإضعاف وتدمير داعش”.

وشهدت العاصمة الفرنسية باريس، في 13 تشرين الثاني/ نوفمبر الماضي، سلسلة اعتداءات إرهابية، أودت بحياة 130 شخصاً، وجرح 350 آخرين.

وعقب الاشتباه بتورط مواطنين فرنسيين وبلجيكيين في هجمات باريس، أعلنت بلجيكا بدء عمليات أمنية واسعة في البلاد، أسفرت عن توقيف أكثر من 30 مشتبهًا بهم، جرى اعتقال 8 منهم.

 

وألقت السلطات البلجيكية، الجمعة، القبض على “صلاح عبد السلام”، أحد المتهمين بتنفيذ الهجمات، وذكر مسؤولون بلجيكيون أنه أُلقى القبض عليه، خلال عملية مداهمة لإحدى الشقق في حي “مولنبيك” ببروكسل.

Dramatic moment worlds most wanted terrorist dragged away: ISIS fugitive behind Paris massacre is caught trying to flee his Brussels hideout run past armed police Salah Abdeslam shot in the leg and captured alive by police commandos He and four other suspects were arrested in siege, prosecutor confirmed  French President said terrorist will be extradited to France for punishment Abdeslam believed to have played a key role in Novembers Paris attacks    

Incredible images show one of the prime suspects behind the Paris terror attacks being wrestled to the ground by armed police following a raid on his Belgian hideout.

Salah Abdeslam, 26, was among the ISIS terror cell that massacred 130 at a rock concert, a football stadium and several cafes in November.

After evading French and Belgian authorities for four months, he was today arrested during a siege on his bolthole in the run down Molenbeek district of Brussels.

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Further footage showed Abdeslam (pictured, in a white hoodie) being dragged away from the scene by armed police officers

Separate footage showed Abdeslam (highlighted) trying to flee his hideout past dozens of armed police officers who shot and detained him

Gun shots and explosions were heard while white smoke was seen in the area as police moved in on Abdeslam, who had been on the run for 126 days

TV cameras captured a series of explosions (pictured) in the Molenbeek neighbourhood where Abdeslam was captured, after he had already been taken away

Footage showed Abdeslam, dressed in a white hooded sweatshirt, trying to run past dozens of police officers before he was shot in the leg.

He was one of five suspects, including three that helped hide him from the police, to be arrested today, a French prosecutor has confirmed. He said numerous weapons and ammunition were discovered inside the besieged building.

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel hailed the arrests as a success in the fight against terrorism but serious questions will be asked as to how Abdeslam evaded the authorities for so long.

He managed to evade capture for 126 days due to a series of blunders by the police, who have repeatedly raided the Brussels suburbs where he grew up.

Officers pulled him over on the night of the attacks on November 13, but released him because he was yet to be identified as a suspect.

Just 48 hours later, Belgian police failed to raid a house he was thought to be hiding because of a law prohibiting night time searches. 

And on Tuesday, he escaped through a skylight as police stormed a flat in the Forest neighbourhood in Brussels where his fingerprints were later discovered. 

 
 
 

Salah Abdeslam (left), one of the most wanted men in Europe, has been wounded and caught by police (right, an officer at the scene of the raid)

Abdeslam was one of five suspects, including three that helped hide him from the police, to be arrested today

Abdeslam managed to evade capture for 126 days due to a series of blunders by the police (pictured in Molenbeek today)

Police stand guard near a scene of a police operation in the Molenbeek after five suspects were arrested

Belgian police outside of Saint-Pierre hospital where Belgium media report fugitive terror suspect Salah Abdeslam could be kept by police

French President Francois Hollande (right, with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel) confirmed that Abdeslam and two other suspects, described as his accomplices, were arrested today

Michel held a joint press conference with French President Francois Hollande who stressed the battle against extremism in western Europe is far from over.

We have to go on with our efforts because we are aware there are still connections that lead us to Syria, where the Daesh [ISIS] group wanted these attacks [in Paris] to be organised 
French President Francois Hollande 

He said: It is not the final conclusion of this story because there have been arrests already and there will have to be more.

We know the terrorists network was widespread in Belgium, France, and other countries in Europe, too.

Until we have arrested all of those who took part, organised and financed the network that carried out the abominable attacks in Paris, our fight will not be over.

We have to go on with our efforts because we are aware there are still connections that lead us to Syria, where the Daesh [ISIS] group wanted these attacks to be organised. 

It is from Syria that a number of these actors of this atrocity [Paris attacks] started.

Hollande confirmed he has asked for Belgium to extradite Abdeslam to his country, adding: Im certain of the extradition procedures and I believe he [Abdeslam] should be interrogated and punished in France.

 
 
 

Belgian security forces seal off an area during an anti-terror operation in the Molenbeek neighborhood tonight

Locals appear to be gesturing angrily at the police who sealed off a Molenbeek neighbourhood where Abdeslam was arrested

After the arrest, French President Francois Hollande stressed the battle against extremism in western Europe is far from over (pictured, police with dogs at the scene)

We got him, Frances minister for asylum and migration Theo Francken triumphantly announced as a video of Abdeslam being dragged away by police emerged.

Police with riot shields cordoned off the area where Abdeslam was arrested and began evacuating locals earlier tonight. They are thought to have continued their operation following his capture.

TV cameras filmed a series of explosions and the sound of fresh gunfire in the area at around 6.20pm, more than two hours after the arrest, as police continued to search for suspects after Abdeslam war arrested.

After escaping another besieged flat on Tuesday, he was tracked to a home in Molenbeek this afternoon. Special forces are understood to have been monitoring the house for at least 48 hours.

It is understood grenades were used in the operation, which unfolded at about 4.30pm. 

Gun shots and explosions were heard while white smoke was seen in the area as police moved in on Abdeslam, who had been on the run for 126 days.  

Emergency services were quick to arrive at the scene which was shut down by officers wearing heavy riot gear. 

 
 
 

Gun shots and explosions were heard while white smoke was seen in the area as police moved in on Abdeslam (officers at the scene during the operation)

The police operation in the run down Brussels suburb of Molenbeek continued after Abdeslams arrest

Policemen and dogs block a road near the scene of a police raid in the Molenbeek-Saint-Jean district in Brussels,

TV cameras filmed a series of explosions and the sound of fresh gunfire in the area at around 6.20pm

Police are continuing to search a nearby area for a third suspect who may have been wounded in todays raid

Abdeslam was wounded, and then retreated into a house in Molenbeek with two men. At least one of the other men is wounded, and one may be dead, said the source.

He and another wounded suspect were taken to the city’s Saint Pierre Hospital which was last night sealed off behind a security perimeter.

A lawyer for the families of those who lost their lives in the Paris massacre have demanded that he is extradited to France immediately. 

Mr Michel was seen rushing out of a European Council summit in Brussels as news of the raid broke.

EU leaders are meeting in the Belgian capital, just five miles from where the anti-terror operation was taking place in Molenbeek.

Francois Hollande, who is in Brussels for the EU summit, confirmed that todays police operation was linked to last Novembers attacks on Paris. 

Despite Abdeslams arrest, the police operation was continuing this evening and the army is on the scene, which is near two schools. 

 
 
 

Masked policemen began evacuating locals after the siege on the extremist hideout in Molenbeek 

Special operations police evacuate people from an area during a police raid in the Molenbeek

Locals in Molenbeek were led away from the scene of the siege as an operation to find a third suspect went on into the evening

Police officers guard an entrance of a school during a raid in the Molenbeek neighborhood of Brussels

Salah Abdeslam was shot in the leg by police commandos and has been arrested in the district of Molenbeek (pictured) in the Belgian capital

 
 
 

Two men are still believed to be holed up in a building in the area and drones are being used as part of the police operation. 

Fire engines and ambulances were seen driving into the gated complex, which remains under armed police guard, and a helicopter hovered overhead.

In addition to Abdeslam, the whereabouts of two Paris attack suspects remains unknown, including fellow Molenbeek resident Mohamed Abrini and a man known under the alias of Soufiane Kayal. 

The building is owned by the local municipality. The flat where he was arrested is believed to have been rented by the same person since 2009, according to RTBF. 

Criminal lawyer Sven Mary is said to have accepted the role of defending Abdeslam. 

He was contacted on Abdeslams behalf as early as January this year, asking whether he would be willing to defend the terror suspect, it has been reported.

It came after the Belgian lawyer told daily newspaper Le Soir in late December: If Salah Abdeslam begged me tomorrow, I would accept the role of being his lawyer. 

 
 
 

Two men are still believed to be holed up in a building in the area and drones are being used as part of the police operation (pictured, police at the scene)

Belgian policemen stand guard in a street during a police action in the Molenbeek district of Brussels

Abdeslams fingerprints were found at the scene of another police raid on a Brussels flat on Tuesday (pictured, police and emergency services at the siege today)

Emergency services were quick to arrive at the scene, which was shut down by officers wearing heavy riot gear

But the lawyer denied claims that he has already discussed the possibility with Abdeslam himself.

I have been in contact with someone from his immediate surroundings, the lawyer said, reported Belgian news site Standaard.

I want to speak directly with Abdeslam. You must have some sort of contact with the ones you defend, there should be a mutual trust.

This afternoon, the White House revealed that the US had been helping French and Belgian authorities to boost security since Novembers Paris attacks, and that this would continue.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the White House used its significant resources and significant capabilities to assist the French and the Belgians.

He added: They have taken steps to try to safeguard their country. Were going to continue to stay in close touch with them on this.

Salahs brother Brahim, who blew himself p in the November Paris attacks, was buried on Thursday in a Brussels cemetery. 

 
 
 

A third man is thought to be holed up in a building in the area and drones are being used as part of the police operation

Police at the scene of a security operation in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek in Brussels, Belgium

Salahs brother Brahim, who died in the November Paris attacks which left 130 people dead, was buried Thursday in a Brussels cemetery

Referring to the police operation earlier this week, in which one Islamic gunman was shot dead by a police sniper, Belgian public broadcaster RTBF had said this morning: According to our information, it is more than likely that he is one of the two individuals who escaped during the shootout. 

It was not the first time Abdeslam had evaded police.

It is believed he stayed in Schaerbeek, Belgium, for some weeks following the attacks in the French capital before being tracked down by police today.

Eric Van der Sypt said the fugitive may have been at the property for days, weeks or months. 

Surveillance footage at a petrol station showed him returning by car to Belgium a day after the Paris attacks.

He also avoided capture when French police checked his papers shortly before he was listed as wanted. Authorities had been searching for him ever since. 

Abdeslam was thought to have been the logistic coordinator who rented cars and equipped the gunmen and suicide bombers who targeted bars, restaurants and a music hall in Paris and may have taken part himself. 

 
 
 

Police operation: The raid happened at this building which is close to two schools in Molenbeek, Brussels

Police secure an area during a police raid. Despite Abdeslams arrest, the police operation was continuing this evening and the army is on the scene

Last month a source close to the French inquiry said no DNA from Abdeslam had been found on a suicide belt discovered in the French capital. 

The explosive belt was found in a dustbin in the southern Parisian suburb of Montrouge on November 23.

Telephone data placed Abdeslam in the same area just after the attacks - but the lack of DNA on the belt suggested that he had not worn it.

Since mid-November, 11 people have been arrested and charged in Belgium in connection with the killings, with eight remaining in custody. 

Meanwhile, it was revealed today that an Algerian killed during the anti-terror raid in Brussels earlier this week is on a list of ISIS fighters leaked last week.

The 35-year-old Algerian identified as Mohamed Belkaid, who was living illegally in Belgium, had volunteered to commit a suicide bomb attack, according to the Dutch speaking TV channel VRT.

Belgiums federal prosecutor declined to comment on the report. 

Salah Abdeslam was shot in the leg by police commandos and has been captured alive in the district of Molenbeek in the Belgian capital

Raid: Abdeslam has now been wounded and captured in a fresh raid conducted by police this afternoon

Gun shots and explosions were heard while white smoke was seen in the area as police moved in on Abdeslam, who had been on the run for 126 days

 
 
 

Sky News last week claimed to have obtained documents containing the names of 22,000 members of ISIS. 

According to the VRT report, Belkaid fought in Syria from April 19, 2014 alongside the ISIS jihadists. He went by the nom de guerre Abou Abdel Aziz al-Jazayri (the Algerian).

After his return from Syria, he is believed to have passed through Sweden, the TV channel added.

Belkaid was killed by a police sniper while trying to shoot at police during a chaotic gun battle on Tuesday in the quiet Forest district in southern Brussels.

Next to his body were found an IS flag, a Kalashnikov and a book on Salafism, an extreme form of Islam, investigators said. 

Belkaid had been unknown to Belgian authorities except for a case of minor theft in 2014, authorities said.

How Salah Abdeslam became the worlds most wanted man after Paris massacre - but escaped the clutches of police three times

Salah Abdeslam became the worlds most wanted man after the Paris attacks in November last year.

The 26-year-old is a Belgian-born Morocco-Frenchman and grew up in the Belgian town of Molenbeek.

He worked for two years as a railway mechanic and in the family business including at a bar set up by his brother Brahim.

Salah Abdeslam and suspected accomplice, Hamza Attou, are seen at a petrol station on a motorway between Paris and Brussels, in Trith-Saint-Leger, France on November 14, 2015

Abeslam was reportedly childhood friends with Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the man dubbed as the Belgian mastermind of the Paris attacks.

The pair spent time in jail for armed robbery and it is there that it is believed they became radicalised.

When his brother Brahim tried to travel to Syria, he was stopped and Abdeslam was questioned by police.

Belgian prosecutors later admitted they knew he had been radicalised but didnt flag them up as a security threat to France.

For his part in the attacks on Paris, which killed 130, Abdeslam is thought to have rented the cars, the attackers used to drive to the various locations to gun people down.

The November 13 attacks in Paris saw ISIS jihadists kill 130 people and injure 352 in a series of shootings and bombings in the French capital

Gunmen massacred 90 people when they opened fire in the Bataclan music theatre in Paris during  a packed out concert

 
 
 

He was described as being the logistics manager and also organised hotels, flats and ammunition.

On the night if the attacks, he was caught on CCTV outside a cafe that was targeted.

His brother Brahim blew himself up outside the Comptoir Voltaire brasserie in the 11th arrondissement

Later, officers pulled over Abdelsam on Saturday morning on the A2 motorway between Paris and Brussels but checked his ID and let him go.

He was travelling with two other people, just hours after he abandoned a car containing three Kalashnikov AK-47 assault rifles on the outskirts of the French capital.

Salah Abdeslam became the worlds most wanted man after the Paris attacks in November last year

Detectives soon realised their blunder when they discovered that Abdeslam had rented VW Polo abandoned near the scene of the massacre inside the Bataclan theatre.

However, by the time they alerted Belgian authorities the terror suspect had abandoned the car in Molenbeek, Brussels, an area known as the jihadi capital of Europe and disappeared.

An international manhunt was launched.

In the days after the attacks, Belgian security forces staged several raids in the Molenbeek district of Brussels, where he lived, which has served as a haven for several jihadists in recent decades.

But there was no sign of him and he remained on the run for over four months. 

It is believed he stayed in Schaerbeek, Belgium, for some weeks following the attacks in the French capital before being tracked down by police today

Eric Van der Sypt said the fugitive may have been at the property for days, weeks or months.

Surveillance footage at a petrol station showed him returning by car to Belgium a day after the Paris attacks.

He also avoided capture when French police checked his papers shortly before he was listed as wanted. Authorities have been searching for him ever since. 

 
 
 

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